OXM UK: "We're always interested in new technology," says studio co-founder.
Maybe they could have a "Hall of Fame" mode where you walk around and look at different Bat costumes.
How would Kinect benefit that though, surely anything involving walking is much better served with a traditional controller?
No. PLEASE, NO.
Good to see common sense prevailing - games do not need Kinect features hammering in to them just for the sake of it
So, they looked at motion controls and said MEH. Good for them. Good for us.
I can imagine the control scheme would be overly complex if they did.
Batarang throws. Catwoman whip-action. Two-Face coin tossing. why not?
It could be a cool OPTIONAL feature, could make removing vent covers, etc much more immersive. Im getting the PC version though because I no longer own a 360, so as long as it looks as good as AA in 3D I'll be happy.
I'm all for studios exploring new areas of technology, but just as long as they implement them with the mindset that it truly can enhance a gaming experience, especially with games like this, where it should be optional. I'm excited for stuff like Mass Effect 3 - keeping the traditional controller experience and enhancing it with Kinect. But this game...is looking tremendous! :D
Kinect is a solution to a problem that does not exist.
Move would. Make a perfect spider man game,
Spidey moves (pardon the pun) to fast to do it well. I'm waiting for the RPG move game that controls like the gladiator duel in Sports Champions. Imagine if Skyrim had Move support!
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What about playstation move what dose rocksteady have against it?I mean i could see dozens of ways they could use move in batman arkham city's gameplay it's not rocket science after all!
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